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After Oakland Manager Dick Williams blistered his A's on a bus, they drove to the top, running over the California Angels and shaking up the nervous Twins as baseball's dullest division came to life
June 07, 1971 | Ron Fimrite
September 27, 1971 | Ron Fimrite
Sometimes there is no accounting for a revelation. It may come, as it did to the recumbent Sir Isaac Newton, when an apple disengages itself from an overhead branch. Or it may come, as it did for Oakland Athletics...
October 04, 1971 | Herman Weiskopf
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April 10, 1972
Dick Williams, manager of the Oakland A's, would not discourage the other five teams from playing their 162 games, but lie is pretty certain how things will turn out in his division. "I like this ball club," he says...